Thursday, December 19, Great Awakenings will be hosting The Christmas Story Concert for the general public in Leonardville, Kansas.
The concert is being held at Nelson’s Landing, 7:00 p.m. on December 19th. It will feature a Christmas concert by Cloverton, a band whose music has received national air play and have traveled the world with their musical talents. During the concert, speaker and columnist, Clint Decker will share about the true meaning of Christmas. Also, there will be a complimentary dinner to everyone who attends. It is an early Christmas gift to Nelson’s Landing customers.
Clint Decker, President and Evangelist with Great Awakenings, shares what his goal is for this event, “When we visited with the owner about this we said we just wanted to be a blessing to them and their customers.” And the best way we can do that is by providing some good music, good food and sharing the good news of Jesus. Decker also says, “This will be the fourth concert we have done in area restaurants. Each time folks have enjoyed the program and been blessed.”
Great Awakenings is hosting the event in cooperation with Alert Covenant Church. The event is free and open to the general public.
The November column and podcast is now available. If you would like to read previous columns to go the Hope for Today Blog. If you would like to listen to the Hope for Today podcast you can access it on iTunes. Fifteen year old Davion Only, looking for a family to call his own, told a Florida church congregation “I’ll take anyone”. As his story made national news, it tugged at the heart strings of a nation. Unfortunately, over the course of human history there have been millions of Davion’s . . . Read more
We have released the 15th episode for the Hope for Today TV/Internet broadcast. The program is titled – The Successful Life.
Here is the episode description from YouTube . . .
People all over the world want to become successful. They want to achieve. It’s in our DNA to build, grow and expand. In today’s program, Clint Decker helps people succeed – with a twist. It is success the right way and without regret. It is the kind of success that can save a life and save a soul.
The program was filmed in the bleachers of the Otto Unruh Football Stadium, home of the Clay Center Community High School football team. Clips were also taken at nearby Wakefield High School football stadium.
Watch Part 1 on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHKJMLIYPws
We have released the 14th episode for the TV/Internet broadcast. Here is the episode description from YouTube . . .
There is an ongoing crisis within the family across America and the world. So many of the challenges we face have its root in the family. What are we going to do about it? Today, Clint Decker sounds the alarm while providing helpful counsel to families in crisis.
The program was filmed using an ambulance from the Clay County EMS in Clay Center, Kansas. We are grateful to Marvin VanBlaricon, EMS Director, for allowing its use. We are also thankful for the EMT’s and other first-responders who, when called upon, provide a top-notch service to their respective communities.
Here is a link to Part 1 on YouTube:
Here is the release of our 13th episode for the TV/Internet broadcast. Here is the episode description from YouTube . . .
If you could pull the curtains back on the world’s stage and see into the future, what do you think it would it look like? Some folks look at the news and have an honest concern for their children and grandchildren. Today, Clint Decker looks into the future and shares about the dangers and the hopes that lay ahead.
The program was filmed at the historic Rex Theatre in Clay Center, Kansas. The owners (Andy & Ann Hogan) were nice enough to let us have the run of the place for few hours during a morning.
Here is a link to Part 1 on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PnBImCb6Fc
During a television interview with former heavy weight boxing champion, Mike Tyson, he said he had lost over $300 million dollars in his career. Now, after reflecting on a life of costly mistakes he is trying to make some positive changes. How did Iron Mike’s life self-destruct? . . . Read more
We are rolling out the 12th episode of our TV/Internet broadcast. It is also an extreme makeover of our show compared to the previous broadcasts. The new program is titled The Search for Peace. It was filmed outside in February when it was about 30 degrees so I apologize for wearing gloves and jacket on a show that is rolled out in the hot summer months. The television version is one 30 minute segment, while the Internet version is broke down into three 10 minute segments . . . Read more